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>> These are Syria's children of war. Many of them have known nothing but conflict. Here at this school near Damascus, they are learning to read and write for the first time.>>
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It's for those born during the war who were never able to start their studies. The school runs two shifts a day to allow as many children as possible to catch up. It also offers people with access to psycholgists.>> We had severe cases of trauma among the children.
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We'd noticed that some students are clearly vioent.>> Most children say they are happy to have the opportunity to go to school, but they feel embarrassed about their age. The international NGO, Save the Children, says an estimated 7.5 million children are growing up in Syria having known nothing but war.
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